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Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver Review
Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver Review

Summary Rebel Moon - Part Two: The Scargiver delivers on action promised in the first installment. Lack of character development hinders emotional connection and impact of the storyline. Despite potential, film fails to invest in characters, leaving viewers detached from…

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Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver’ Review — Pure Junk
Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver’ Review — Pure Junk

The Big Picture Rebel Moon - Part Two: The Scargiver is a forgettable sci-fi sequel with lackluster action and flat characters. Despite supposedly being a new story, the film is unoriginal, boring, and lacks any sort of distinct ideas of…

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Not Him Featured, Reviews Film Threat
Not Him Featured, Reviews Film Threat

There are specific advantages that come with short film. With Sarah Young’s Not Him, the advantage comes with focusing on an idea and expanding upon it without the pressure of trying to tell that story over 90 minutes. From all…

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Abigail Review | Flickreel
Abigail Review | Flickreel

The creepy kid trope is nothing new. The Omen franchise is still banking on it almost fifty years later. Few films have had more fun with the idea than Abigail, however. The movie comes from Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett,…

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The Private Eye Featured, Reviews Film Threat
The Private Eye Featured, Reviews Film Threat

Are Matt Rife’s good looks and comedic charm enough to carry a 1-hour, 55-minute noir film? Director Jack Cook’s The Private Eye, written by Cook, Hope Ayiyi, and Rosalinda Books, attempts to blend Memento, Out of the Past, and The Notebook. Is it a…

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Zendaya Rules This Love Triangle
Zendaya Rules This Love Triangle

Based on the marketing, you might think “Challengers” is at its core, a tennis movie and, well, it sort of is. The film is certainly set in the world of tennis, you can’t deny that, and at one point, Zendaya’s…

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‘The Jinx Part Two’ Review — A Surprisingly Twisty Sequel
‘The Jinx Part Two’ Review — A Surprisingly Twisty Sequel

The Big Picture Robert Durst unintentionally confessed to murder over a hot mic, leading to his arrest after the shocking finale of The Jinx . Part Two of the docuseries explores new characters and reveals more about Durst's manipulative nature.…

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The Bromantic Duo’s Return As Daredevils In BADE MIYAN CHOTE MIYAN!
The Bromantic Duo’s Return As Daredevils In BADE MIYAN CHOTE MIYAN!

Witness the resurgence of the “Big Master” and “Little Master”. This time it’s not Amitabh Bachchan and Govinda but the “action hero” duo of the “Khiladi” Akshay Kumar and the “Baaghi” Tiger Shroff! The daring duo of Akshay and Tiger…

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Router Featured, Reviews Film Threat
Router Featured, Reviews Film Threat

I am glad Router is a pretty short film because it is quite terrifying. Ryan Spahn’s biggest credits are acting on a few episodes of American Horror Story and popping up in Succession. But he shows a real flair for creative sadism here as the…

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Sting Featured, Reviews Film Threat
Sting Featured, Reviews Film Threat

Referred to as “more than a creature feature” in the press materials, Sting is a layered family drama set against the backdrop of a mutant spider horrorshow. Trapped by a massive snowstorm, an elderly apartment tenant calls an exterminator, complaining of noises…

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Hide Your Crazy Featured, Reviews Film Threat
Hide Your Crazy Featured, Reviews Film Threat

In Austin Kase’s horror short, Hide Your Crazy, and we see that relationships are challenging to navigate when you have secrets to hide. Dan (Will Toussaint) is trying to salvage what little of his relationship is left with Iris (Amy-Helene…

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Hundreds of Beavers Review | Flickreel
Hundreds of Beavers Review | Flickreel

Even if you watch a thousand movies this year, you won’t experience one quite like Hundreds of Beavers. Mike Cheslik’s film possesses the aesthetic of a black-and-white silent comedy, although it’s hard to imagine Chaplin and Keaton envisioning a project…

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